Last Updated – 20 September
We are pleased to announce that all of our offices are now open and we are operating a full auction calendar.
Please see below for the latest updates on our services.
We continue to operate a contact-free collection service by appointment, for more information please click here.
Sworders offer a delivery service based on the item(s) purchased. Learn more.
You can collect in person or instruct your own courier, a recommended list of couriers is available.
Viewing is available for all of our Specialist Auctions by appointment. For dates and times, please refer to the relevant auction in our Auction Calendar.
We have also enhanced our cataloguing, photography and condition reporting process to make viewing from home almost as good as if you were viewing in person.
We are pleased to offer in person bidding on sale days, by appointment. For more information and the many other ways to bid in our auctions, follow the link below.
Our doors are open for valuations at our Stansted Auction Rooms, Hertford Office and London Gallery. Simply book an appointment for your chosen location to help us manage capacity and keep you safe.
We understand that for many of you, the idea of stepping out into the world is still a daunting prospect, and if you would prefer not to visit us, our team of specialists are on hand to offer free auction estimates and sales advice via phone or email. Please complete our online valuation form or send images to email@example.com
For further details on all of our Valuation Services, including Valuation Days, Insurance, Probate and House Visits please click here.
Our priority is to protect our customers and employees.
We continue to review our practices in order to provide the best service to our clients whilst keeping you safe. Please check back here regularly for updates.
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The French-American textile designer Nathalie Farman-Farma has selected her favourite lots from our upcoming sale: ICONASTAS | Fine Russian Art & Antiques from the Renowned London Gallery.
25 November 2021
Nestled in a rural idyll of rolling woodland, there is a studio that belonged to Robert Johnson Washington (1913-1997), where the artist and potter lived and worked. Walking into the studio today, it's almost as if he had just walked out the door. Pots, tools, and the detritus of activity is everywhere...
23 November 2021
Just in time for pantomime season, we can announce the sale of a rather unusual souvenir relating to Richard ‘Dick’ Whittington (1354-1423). While not quite the Puss-in-Boots of theatre fame, it is a mummified cat.
17 November 2021